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South Africa

South Africa’s DA Criticizes EFF and MK Party for Advocating Destructive Policies

In South Africa, the DA has criticised the EFF and MK Party for advocating destructive policies like abolishing the constitution and parliamentary sovereignty. They argue that these proposals threaten South Africa's democratic foundations and progress. During a media briefing, party leader John Steenhuisen said the DA's role in the government of national unity is crucial, in opposing these radical forces and ensuring governance that promotes national unity and progress:  

todayJuly 18, 2024 9

South Africa

S.A’s MK Party Aims to Be Official Opposition, Considers Alliance with EFF and ATM

In S.A, the MK Party says it positions itself as the official opposition, planning a collaboration with the EFF and ATM. Newly sworn-in member of parliament John Hlophe notes teething problems within the government of national unity, attributing them to different party values. Hlophe says they haven’t yet decided on supporting an impeachment motion on president Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala Phala scandal:  

todayJune 26, 2024 4


Omahogololo naga shunemo-Zuma

Omupresitend omukulu gwa South Africa Jacob Zuma okwa sheke epangelo epe  lyuukumwe lyolyomakaya ,nokwiindile omahogololo omape. Zuma,shiikwatelela ko Africa news,Zuma ngoka eli omuleli gongundu ompe yo MK tati napa ningwe omahogololo omape. Ongundu ye oyeya ponomola onti 3rd momahogololo ga ningwa mo 29 May,nokwati aatotiveta yongundu ye yeli 58 itaya wayimina epangelo lyuukumwe lyongundu tayi pangele. Na Zuma okwatile ongundu ye itayiyi moonkundathana ,omanga Ramaposa eli omuleli go ANC. Ramaposa […]

todayJune 17, 2024 13

South Africa

Western Cape High Court Rejects Jabulani Khumalo’s Bid for Urgent Reinstatement to MK Party’s Parliamentary List

The High Court in the Western Cape has rejected Jabulani Khumalo's urgent request to be reinstated on the MK Party's parliamentary list. Khumalo, who was expelled and sought to replace former president Jacob Zuma as party leader, alleged that Duduzile Zuma-Sambudla forged his signature on a letter. He aimed to be sworn in as a member of Parliament immediately. In response, Jacob Zuma's legal representative, Thabani Masuku, argued that Khumalo's […]

todayJune 14, 2024 5


O DA otayiyi ashike mondjokana no ANC ngele o EFF,o MK Party no Patriotic Party indadhi kwatelwamo

  Ongundu yompilameno yopambelewa mo South Africa o DA oyati otayi ka zimina ashike okukala oshitopolwa shepangelo lyuukumwe ndyoka lya thanekwa ko ANC  ngele ongundu yo uMkhoto we Sizwe,yo Economic Freedom Figthers noyo Patriotic Alliance inadhi kwatelwamo. O SABC oya lopota kutya ohela,omupresitend go ANC Cyril Ramaposa okwa tseyitha kutya ongundu otayi kongo okutholomapo epangelo lyuukumwe noongundu dhoompilameno. Ongundu oya tulapo oompango dhawo dha kwata miiti kohi hoka oongundu tadhi […]

todayJune 7, 2024 8

South Africa

Uncertain times for South Africa’s foreign policy as country heads for coalition government

        By Bhaso Ndzendze, University of Johannesburg     After South Africa’s 29 May election, the African National Congress has lost the electoral majority it held for 30 years, but remains the party with the highest number of seats in parliament. This makes it a key partner in the formation of a coalition government. For 30 years the ANC had a comfortable majority which allowed it to […]

todayJune 3, 2024 18

South Africa

South Africa elections: Zuma’s MK Party steals the ANC’s thunder with provocative rhetoric and few clear policies

      By Mashupye Herbert Maserumule, Tshwane University of Technology     Former South African president Jacob Zuma surprised many by leading a new party to rival the ruling African National Congress (ANC), a party he used to lead, in the pivotal 29 May 2024 general election. The upstart uMkhonto we Sizwe Party (MK Party) caused a major upset for the ruling ANC, especially in Zuma’s heartland, KwaZulu-Natal province, […]

todayJune 3, 2024 24


The ANC remains in the lead nationally at 41.92-percent

With just over 57-percent of the votes counted, the ANC remains in the lead nationally at 41.92-percent. The DA is currently second at 23.34-percent and the MK Party at 11.31-percent. In Gauteng, the ANC leads with 33.57-percent followed by the DA at 29.31-percent and the EFF at 12.55-percent. In the hotly contested KwaZulu-Natal, MK is at 43.95-percent, the ANC second with 18.98-percent and the IFP at 15.42-percent. In the Western […]

todayMay 31, 2024 16

South Africa

Mayibuye! The 100-year-old slogan that’s stirred up divisions in South Africa’s elections

        By Corinne Sandwith, University of Pretoria     Political parties the world over use slogans, icons, colours, names and flags to establish their political and historical credentials. What happens when two political parties lay claim to the same history and the same symbolic capital? In South Africa, a conflict of this kind is being played out between the governing African National Congress (ANC) party led by […]

todayMay 28, 2024 14